Say your 'religion'..

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    Tell your religion and let's discuss it in a good light. :)


     
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    I think I have found how Zeus could actually be The Father of Christ but just in 'different' Name form.

    The notion that Iesous is a transliterated, twisted, sleighted upon, name of Zeus could be true. But that is not to worry about.. Why? Because I think I have found how Zeus could actually BE the Father of Christ.


    So if your religion of choice is Zeus we can expound on how it could be 'true'.


    What does a person do or say if 1 person says an Established Religion is wrong?


    Example: Although I live in a Country which has religions which have been established on Earth for centuries and millenniums, what if I disregarded that and went against those religions, regardless of which one. Would I be speaking against the religion, the Country of origin, the 'founder' of the religion, the modern scholars...etc... what would I be going against if I was against a religion/faith that has been around for millenniums?


    Here is a nonsense:

    I went to India and learned about Hinduism. I disagreed so I went to Iran and learned about Ancient Zoroastrianism.. I also disagreed. So I went to China and began meditating. I also disagreed. So I went back to India and told them that their 'religion' was false. And then I went to Iran and told them that their ancient religion was false and I went to China and told them they were wasting their time. Where might I live?


    Okay... So I went to some deep parts of other places. There they had their array of gods and goddesses. So I sat and began to ask and to learn and to share.

    They began to explain to me the importance of statues. And this opened up dialogue for conversation.

    What was their knowledge on their local stautes? Would they be able to properly inform me?


    So I began to think.. Ancient Egypt also used statues. But many times the older statues were taken away and replaced with the newer ones. The older deities were taken down to be replaced by the newer ones.

    As I talked with these persons, I thought, has this occurred here also?


    Native Americans had their groups of 'deities'. They had their knowledge of Creation based from themselves before they had any contact to the Institutional Education world. But if I had spoken with them, would I have called their beliefs 'wrong' or not true?


    And when they began to explain to me the practice of 'human sacrifice' I had to take a step back and wonder if such 'sacrifices' were needed, even Pre-Christian times.


    And so I read about the 'sacrifices' that were needed by the Sons of (J)acob. But nothing was found about 'human sacrifices'. And as I tried to explain this, they informed myself that the 'animal sacrifices' which they did were like the 'human sacrifices' which they did.

    Rather than judging on how they viewed 'humans', I agreed to the analogy. So as I began to tell them of how 'animal sacrifices' were done away with i realized that although 'animal sacrifices' were done away with, there is more 'animal sacrifice' being done today than there was then.


    A slaughterhouse or abattoir /ˈæbətwɑːr/ ([​IMG]listen) is a facility where animals are slaughtered for consumption as food.[1]Slaughterhouses supply meat which then becomes the responsibility of the packaging department.

    Slaughterhouses that process meat not intended for human consumption are sometimes referred to as knacker's yards or knackeries, used for animals that are not fit for consumption or can no longer work on a farm such as retired work horses.

    Slaughtering animals on a large scale poses significant logistical problems, animal welfare problems, public health requirements, and environmental problems.[1] Due to public aversion in many cultures, determining where to build slaughterhouses is also troubling.

    Frequently, animal welfare and animal rights groups and sometimes academicians raise concerns about the methods of transport, preparation, herding, and killing within some slaughterhouses

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slaughterhouse


    But rather than absolving 'sin', per se, these 'animal sacrifices' are actually 'loosening' sin


    The economists and sociologists and trendists came in and studied this phenomena. They concluded that at the rate it was going, if not directly thwarted or redirected, we would end up in more than half of wild life being 'gone'. Well that has already proved true.

    Human activity has annihilated wildlife on a scale unseen beyond mass extinction, and it has helped put humans on a potentially irreversible path toward a hot, chaotic planet stripped clean of the natural resources that enrich it, a new report has concluded.

    The consumption and discarding of materials have entered a vicious feedback loop of destruction. For instance, in three decades nearly all seabirds will carry shards of plastic in their digestive tracts, the report found.

    The title read:

    Two generations of humans have killed off more than half the world’s wildlife populations, report finds


    https://www.washingtonpost.com/scie...wildlife-report-finds/?utm_term=.7fa854d52961


    And so there is faith, hope and love (charity).






    Funny how this woman with a Big Brown Mercedes Sedan and who wears a long fur coat of mink, ISN'T already living that glamorous life.


    So.... do I hate 'you'?

    And so there is faith, hope and charity (love). Where is 'hate' in this picture?
     
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